Last Updated at 1:26 pm, September 6th 2011
FULL TIME. Northern Ireland 0 Serbia 1.
Yellow card for Petrovic for kicking the ball away and Serbia are furious with Evans who was apparantly too eager to head the ball on to Feeney from McAuley's free-kick, pushing Rajkovic in the process.
Jonny Evans' frustration boils over and he is booked for a late tackle on Jovanovic and will miss NI's next qualifier along with his namesake Corry.
Healy comes off after a tough night's work and Josh McQuoid replaces the striker.
Tosic comes off after an impressive shift and Adem Ljajic takes his place.
Ninkovic is replaced by new Blackburn signing Radosav Petrovic for Serbia.
McCann makes way and Warren Feeney comes on for NI.
GOAL! Northern Ireland 0 Serbia 1. Pantelic scores after a howler in the NI defence!
Corry Evans is replaced immediately and Niall McGinn comes on.
Corry Evans will miss NI's next qualifier after a poor tackle on Ninkovic which earned the midfielder a yellow card.
HALF TIME. Nothern Ireland 0 Serbia 0.
Tosic sets up for a shot and another NI body gets in the way to block before Rajkovic is booked for a shocking tackle on Healy who has stayed down after taking a knee to the head.
NI cut out a good Serbia move and Ninkovic receives a yellow card for a late tackle on Davis.
McCann is reckless and hacks down Stankovic from behind with the first yellow card of the night produced.
Aaron Anderson is in optimistic form, writing: "Everyone knows it, tonight is a must win game for Northern Ireland, a big night for the Windsor Park but there anything is possible. Just ask England, Spain etc. 2 0 to the men in green."
Milan Topalovic writes: "I can see this being a tight affair with Ireland having a home crowd behind them which will definitely test their opponents. However if Serbia play to their potential, with the wealthy Premier League and Champions League experience in Ivanovic and Kolarov within the resilient backline, I would expect Serbia just to edge this encounter. "
Serbia are clear favourites to win at Windsor Park Stadium with Sky Bet pricing the visitors at 11/10. A Northern Ireland victory is avaliable at 5/2 while the draw is at 11/5.
European Championship Qualifying
Fri 2nd Sep - Group F
Israel0 - 1Greece
Georgia0 - 1Latvia
Malta1 - 3Croatia
Fri 2nd Sep - Group I
Lithuania0 - 0Liechtenstein
Fri 2nd Sep - Group E
Finland4 - 1Moldova
Hungary2 - 1Sweden
Holland11 - 0San Marino
Fri 2nd Sep - Group B
Andorra0 - 3Armenia
Russia1 - 0Macedonia
Rep Ireland0 - 0Slovakia
Fri 2nd Sep - Group A
Azerbaijan1 - 1Belgium
Turkey2 - 1Kazakhstan
Germany6 - 2Austria
Fri 2nd Sep - Group D
Belarus0 - 2Bos & Herz
Luxembourg0 - 2Romania
Albania1 - 2France
Fri 2nd Sep - Group H
Norway1 - 0Iceland
Cyprus0 - 4Portugal
Fri 2nd Sep - Group G
Bulgaria0 - 3England
Wales2 - 1Montenegro
Fri 2nd Sep - Group C
N Ireland0 - 1Serbia
Slovenia1 - 2Estonia
Faroe Islands0 - 1Italy
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European Championship Qualifying Group F
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